With this idea, I want to highlight that, every time a new release of WPA comes out, all regulatory standards are updated.
The problem is that, all obsolete regulatory standards remain in WPA anyway, without having the possibility to remove them.
REACh updates, in particular, occur every 6 months, and each update in WPA includes all previous versions. Therefore, it is not useful to maintain these previous versions in WPA, as they are redundant.
It would be very useful to be able to delete them, or disable them, in WPA and keep only the latest regulatory updates (Currently, the only way to remove old regulatory updates in your system is to uninstall and re-install WPA software, including only the latest regulatory updates).